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Men’s 1500 freestyle
Sergiy Frolov of the Ukraine took the men’s 1500 freestyle in a time of 14:38.21. Gergely Gyurta of Hungary held his own with Frolov in the first 750 meters turning 13 one-hundredths of a second ahead of the Ukrainian, but the second half belonged to Frolov who pulled away from Gyurta at the 900 meter mark, eventually winning the race by over eight seconds.
Gyurta finished second in a time of 14:46.29. He was followed by fellow Hungarian David Verraszto who touched in a time of 14:53.13.
Women’s 400 IM
Hungarian Katinka Hosszu collected her fourth gold in Moscow taking the women’s 400 IM in a time of 4:25.33. Mireia Belmonte gave chase in the final 200 meters, but was not able to give Hosszu any amount of a challenge, ultimately finishing second in a time of 4:27.34.
Hungarian Evelyn Verraszto finished third in a time of 4:34.20.
Women’s 100 freestyle
Inge Dekker of the Netherlands and Julie Levisen of Denmark went one-two in yesterday’s 50 freestyle and duplicated that result in today’s 100 freestyle. Dekker won the event in a time of 52.83 followed by Levisen who hit the wall in a time of 53.39.
So far Dekker has swept the sprint freestyle events in Doha, Dubai, Hong Kong and Moscow.
They were followed by Russian Veronika Popova who finished in a time of 53.71.
Men’s 200 freestyle
The first three quarters of the men’s 200 freestyle was a tight race between Australian Thomas Fraser-Holmes and Serbian Velimir Stjepanovic. At the 150 meter mark Stjepanovic trailed Fraser-Holmes by six one-hundredths of a second, a lead the Australian extended to almost a full second in the final 50 meters, winning the event in a time of 1:42.98. Stjepanovic took the silver finishing in a time of 1:43.92.
Mikhail Polishchuk finished third in a time of 1:45.16.
Women’s 50 breaststroke
Jenna Laukkanen of Finland took the women’s 50 breaststroke in a time of 30.83 touching just ahead of Natalia Ivaneeva who hit the wall in a time of 30.88. They were followed by Rie Kaneto of Japan who finished in a time of 31.02.
Men’s 100 breaststroke
In Hong Kong German Marco Koch got the better of Hungarian Daniel Gyurta in each one of the three breaststroke events. On the first day in Moscow Koch took the 50 while Gyurta won the 200, which left the 100 breaststroke to act as the tiebreaker.
Gyurta led the race from start to finish taking the event in a time of 57.20, 18 one-hundredths of a second ahead of Koch who finished second in a time of 57.38.
Yasuhiro Koseki of Japan finished third in a time of 58.22.
Men’s 100 butterfly
South African Chad le Clos picked up his fourth gold of the competition winning the men’s 100 butterfly in a time of 48.99. He was followed by American Tom Shields who touched in a time of 49.32 and German Steffan Deibler who posted a time of 50.07.
Women’s 100 backstroke
Katinka Hosszu collected her second gold of the day winning the women’s 100 backstroke in a time of 56.63. Hosszu was able to get the better of both Mie Nielsen of Denmark and Daryna Zevina of the Ukraine, something she was not able to accomplish in the 50 backstroke on Saturday.
Nielsen finished second in a time of 56.80 followed by Zevina who touched in a time of 57.57.
Men’s 50 backstroke
Christian Diener of Germany took the men’s 50 backstroke in a time of 23.44 followed by Australian Robert Hurley who posted a time of 23.63. Tom Shields won his second medal of the evening finishing third in a time of 23.83.
Women’s 200 butterfly
The top three women in the 400 IM were also the top three finishers in the 200 butterfly. Katinka Hosszu won her third event of the evening posting a time of 2:02.99 followed by Mireia Belmonte who recorded a 2:04.01 and Evelyn Verraszto who touched in a time of 2:08.68.
Men’s 200 IM
Chad le Clos and Thomas Fraser-Holmes had an incredible battle for the 200 IM gold. le Clos went into the breaststroke with almost a second and a half lead, the Australian made up that ground and more heading into the freestyle ahead of the South African. le Clos once again overtook the Australian eventually took the event in a time of 1:52.72.
Fraser-Holmes finished second in a time of 1:53.13 followed by Hiromasa Fujimori who hit the wall in a time of 1:54.46.
Women’s 400 freestyle
Mireia Belmonte took the women’s 400 freestyle in a time of 4:01.54. She was followed by Bi Yirong of China who finished in a time of 4:03.47 and Anastasia Osipenko of Russia who posted a 4:06.56.
Men’s 50 freestyle
Another event another gold for Chad le Clos. le Clos won his sixth gold of the weekend taking the men’s 50 freestyle in a time of 21.33. He was followed by Steffan Deibler who posted a 21.61 and Russian Oleg Tikhobaev who touched in a time of 21.75.
Women’s 200 breaststroke
Rie Kaneto of Japan led the women’s 200 breaststroke from start to finish taking the event in a time of 2:19.29. She was followed by Russians Vitalina Simonova who touched in a time of 2:21.52 and Maria Astashkina who posted a 2:22.50.
Women’s 100 IM
Katinka Hosszu took her seventh event of the weekend the women’s 100 IM in a time of 58.93. Hosszu was challenged by Mie Nielsen, who had the lead at the half point, eventually finishing second in a time of 59.34.
Irina Shvaeva took the bronze in a time of 1:01.85.
Men’s 200 backstroke
German Christian Diener dominated the men’s 200 backstroke winning the event by almost five seconds. Diener, who won the 50 backstroke earlier in the evening, posted a time of 1:50.96.
He was followed by Velimir Stjepanovic who touched in a time of 1:55.84 and Nikita Babchenko who finished in a time of 1:57.60.
Women’s 50 butterfly
Inge Dekker won the women’s 50 butterfly for the fourth World Cup Series stop in a row. Dekker took the gold in a time of 25.31.
She was followed by Anastasia Lyazeva who posted a 26.11 and Katinka Hosszu who recorded a 26.29.